Java performance tuning
Java performance tuning is a function of many things, such as code, networks, hardware (client configuration, memory, CPU speed, storage capacity, etc.) and databases. It is almost impossible to predict exactly where a performance tuning failure might occur. Performance tuning tools allow you to take applications to their point of failure by using virtual users. Java performance tuning must be precise to simulate concurrent load at exactly the same instant. With manual performance tuning, human reaction times simply can't achieve and maintain the same level of concurrency as seen with automated tools. Find the latest information and tuning best practices in this topic section.
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Is Lambda affecting your Java performance?
07 Nov 2013
Conference News - Java champion Adam Bien discusses how Project Lambda is impacting Java performance.
The most exciting new parts of Java EE 7 and Java 8
06 Nov 2013
Conference News - Java author Adam Bien discusses business logic and software development in Java 7 and Java 8.
Software developers need not fear Lambda and the move to Java 8
05 Nov 2013
Conference News - Java champion Adam Bien discusses Lambda and the reasons not to fear the move to Java 8.
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How BI + ALM = ALI and real-time application traceability
12 Oct 2011
Video - Pairing business intelligence with application lifecycle management (ALM) promises to deliver real-time application requirements traceability and simplify change management, said Kelly Emo, HP director of applications product marketing, in a JavaOne 2011...
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NoSpinningDiscs: Why your NoSQL solution thirsts for SSDs
02 Mar 2014
Feature - Organizations are always looking for opportunities to tune their architecture. To achieve massive scalability, many organizations have turned to various NoSQL solutions. But to blend performance with that scalability, organizations need to start...
The Scala debate demystified: Balancing the rants with the raves
01 Mar 2014
Feature - It's been over ten years since Scala appeared on the enterprise computing landscape. Some developers love it, while other developers loath it. Here's a look at what makes some developers rant, while other developers rave.
Top four reasons why you should use Scala on your next project
01 Mar 2014
Feature - Is it time for your organizations to unshackle itself from its legacy of Java development, and adopt a new programming language like Scala for the next big project? Here are four reasons why your organization might want to think about switching to Scala.
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Consistent application performance: It's not always about speed
24 Oct 2012
Tip - When developing applications, the response time is always an important metric. But inconsistent response times can often be more aggravating than slow sites. Make sure you take response time consistency into your application performance reviews.
Making 'big data' projects flexible, timely with Agile software development
12 Oct 2012
Tip - Agile can help in the delivery of more timely applications in 'big data' projects, largely due to better collaboration between business and development.
Performance monitoring tools optimize Java applications
15 Jun 2011
Tip - By taking advantage of Java monitoring and performance tuning tools, developers can expect to see consistent application performance across all hardware and operating systems.